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Canadian actor, writer, director, and producer Leslie Ann Hope has established herself in TV and film with a number of both domestic and international works. She made her cinematic debut with the Canadian film “Ups and Downs” in 1981, while she was in her senior year of high school, and is best known for playing “Teri Bauer” in the American television series “24.” She also appeared in the popular American soap operas “Berrenger’s” and “Knots Landing.” In the years that followed, she appeared in a number of movies, including “Paris, France” and “Bruiser,” as well as a number of TV movies, including “Sword of Gideon” and “Blackout Effect.” She also appeared in a number of TV series, including “Early Edition” and “Chicago Hope,” as well as the TV miniseries “War Leslie can be seen in the lead role of “Judith” in the Canadian TV horror anthology “Slasher: Guilty Party.” Other notable films of Leslie’s include “Never Back Down” and “Crimson Peak.” She directed and produced the award-winning documentary “What I See When I Close My Eyes.” She also directed and co-wrote the short film “Gaykeith.” Major roles in TV series such as “Line of Fire,” “The River,” “NCIS,” and

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Early Childhood & Life

Frank Hope and his wife Ann welcomed her into the world on May 6, 1965, in Halifax, the provincial capital of Nova Scotia. Stephen is the name of her brother.

She went to “St. She graduated in 1982 from St. Michael’s University School, which is situated in a Victoria, British Columbia, Canada neighborhood.

Career of Leslie Hope

She made her big-screen debut as “Penelope” in Paul Almond’s 1981 Canadian comedy “Ups and Downs.” While she was still a student at “St.”, the movie was filmed in Victoria. The University School of Michael.

She played “Joanie” in the 1984 American movie “Love Streams,” which was directed by John Cassavetes, and won the Golden Bear at the 34th Berlin International Film Festival.

She portrayed the recurrent character of “Linda Martin” in six episodes of the well-known “CBS” TV soap “Knots Landing” the same year. She played the role of “Cammie Springer” in the American primetime TV serial “Berrenger’s,” which aired on “NBC” from January 5, 1985, to March 16, 1985.

She starred as the title character in the big-screen motion picture “The Education of Allison Tate” in 1986. She had an appearance as “Shoshana” in the television film “Sword of Gideon” that same year.
She was given the lead part of “Stephanie Lawrence” in the romantic comedy “It Takes Two,” which was directed by David Beaird and was released on July 13, 1988, in the US. She had appearances in three American television movies and dramas that same year: “Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Golden Land,” “Kansas,” and “War and Remembrance.”

The 1993 Canadian comedy-drama film “Paris, France,” which was directed by Jerry Ciccoritti and starred in the title role of “Lucy,” received mediocre reviews and made $44,159 at the box office.
Other notable appearances of Leslie that year included her part in the American family adventure-drama movie “Summer of the Monkeys,” her performance in the TV movie “Blackout Effect,” and her one-episode role in the science fiction TV series “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.” In 1998, she starred as “Jenny Hatcher” in the Jamie Dixon-directed movie “Shadow Builder.”

Along with Jason Flemyng and Peter Stormare, she played “Rosemary Newley” in the French horror-thriller movie “Bruiser,” which George A. Romero directed and debuted on February 13 of that year to mixed to generally favorable reviews.

The 2000 Canadian murder movie “The Spreading Ground,” the 2008 martial arts movie “Never Back Down,” and the 2015 American gothic romance “Crimson Peak” are all noteworthy films starring Leslie.

Leslie starred in the first season of the American television series “24,” which consisted of 24 episodes and aired on “Fox” from November 6, 2001, to May 21, 2002. She played “Teri Bauer,” a self-employed interior designer and wife of counter-terrorist agent “Jack Bauer” (the lead character played by Kiefer Sutherland). In the first season, her character passed away.

In the American criminal drama series “Line of Fire,” which aired on “ABC” from December 2, 2003, to May 30, 2004, she played “Lisa Cohen,” the chief of the “FBI” branch.

She took part in the Human Cargo Canadian TV miniseries, which debuted on CBC on January 4, 2004, and won many Gemini Awards. In the miniseries, Leslie played the part of “Charlene Fischer” alongside Nicholas Campbell, Cara Pifko, and Kate Nelligan.

She then played the role of “Sgt. Leah Collins and Paul Gross appeared in the two-part, Canadian political drama “H2O,” which premiered on CBC on October 31, 2004. Five “Gemini Award” nominations have been made for the series. Leslie also watched the TV shows “The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie,” “Meltdown,” and “Open Heart” that year.

The American television drama “Commander in Chief,” which aired on “ABC” from September 27, 2005, to June 14, 2006, featured her in four of the 18 episodes. She portrayed U.S. Attorney General “Melanie Blackston.”

Her subsequent significant television appearance was in the American drama “Runaway,” which aired on “The CW” from September 25, 2006, to October 15, 2006, playing the role of “Lily Rader.”
The acclaimed short documentary “What I See When I Close My Eyes,” which was published on February 12, 2008, was directed and produced by her. She spent a few years writing and directing the short comedy movie “Gaykeith,” which was released on December 8, 2010.

She went on to appear in all eight episodes of the American television series “The River,” which aired on “ABC” from February 7, 2012, to March 20, 2012 and got the lead part of “Tess Cole” in that production.
She appeared in recurring roles in ‘The Strain’ and ‘Tyrant’ in 2014, and she reprised the role of ‘SECNAV Sarah Porter’ in a single episode of the third season of the ‘NCIS’ franchise, ‘NCIS: New Orleans,’ in 2015. She played the recurring role of ‘SECNAV Sarah Porter’ in six episodes of the popular American police procedural ‘NCIS’ between 2013 and 2016.

Anita Gibbs, a prosecutor in the ongoing American court drama “Suits,” which debuted on “USA Network” on June 23, 2011, is another noteworthy aspect of Leslie. Between 2016 and 2017, eight episodes with her character were produced.

She played one of the main parts of “Judith Berry” in “Slasher: Guilty Party,” the second season of the Canadian TV horror series “Slasher,” which debuted in 2017.

Individual Life of Leslie Hope

In 1994, she wed the author and performer Jamie Angell. But in 1996, they got divorced. Their son is named MacKenzie Angell.
She wed Adam Kane, an American director, cinematographer, and producer, in 2005. The couple was wed till 2015.

Estimated net worth

Leslie Hope is one of the wealthiest and most well-known TV actors. Leslie Hope’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million based on our research of Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.